Who said mothers cannot play video games? We wanted to introduce you to the best games of all time. But which ones should we include in this list and which ones should be omitted? We played these games with fun, an original story or both, and have influenced the genre a bit and you can still play them today.
Tetris is also known as the mother of all video games. Due to the timeless gameplay, the title will never really go out of fashion. It is a question of reforming blocks in different forms in such a way that they form a complete line, which then disappears. The game can be played online in numerous variants nowadays
SUPER MARIO BROS.
Probably the most popular Jump and Run series has created super Mario Bros. an offshoot that still enjoys many gamers to this day. In addition, he has paved the way not only for more Super Mario titles, but also for the genre itself. Originally published on the Nintendo Entertainment System, fans of the old school can still enjoy the title on the Nintendo Classic Mini.
As Samus Aran, you find yourself here in a world full of aliens. In this 2D action role-playing game, you’re moving into a relatively open game world that opens up to you through new items and abilities. According to Metroid, this progression system has been used by many other games and ensures that abilities and items provide real added value for the player.
Street Fighter is a milestone in the Beat’em Up genre. There, two fighters compete against each other to reduce the energy strips as effectively as possible until one knockout goes. With Street Fighter, blunt button mashing, i.e. pressing many buttons as fast as it can, can lead to success. Experienced fighters, however, can easily counter this tactic.
Survival horror at its finest awaits you at Resident Evil. A special unit has been dispatched to a villa by unidentified creatures over mysterious murders in Raccoon City. As players, you have the task of finding this unit and finding out what happened to them. Thanks to a dense atmosphere and the constant struggle for survival, Resident Evil still creates goosebumps today.
One of the best first-person shooters to date, comes from Valve and is called Half-Life. With a crisp difficulty, smooth gameplay and oppressive atmosphere, Half-Life not only convinces shooter fans. Even old-school friends are welcome to take a look at the title.
Who needs real life when you can play the Sims? In the year 2000 the life simulation was a huge hit, which also gave me a few hours of fun. The concept is simple: Simulate a successful life. The game relaxes and entertains equally. That’s why it’s a recommendation for all those who need a break from action-packed everyday life.
One of the most famous and controversial games of all time: Counter-Strike. Time and again it became the center of the killer game debate and has therefore received a lot of criticism. Nevertheless, the flawless gameplay remains unaffected. It is one of the best tactical multiplayer shooters ever developed. The original counter-strike, as well as the modern variant Counter-Strike: Global Offensive don’t do much wrong. The latter has also established itself as an e-sports discipline. Our guys from Euronics Gaming are here with their own team at tournaments.
The Master Chief has made a name for himself with Halo on Xbox. The first-person shooter plays in a futuristic scenario. With the help of his comrades, the Master Chief must save the Earth from the alien invasion. All sorts of companions such as buggies and tanks are also used, which make the action a round thing. Also the multiplayer games are not to be underestimated!
CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS
Call of Duty: Black Ops is the beginning of the Black Ops series, which is one of the funniest multiplayer shooters in the world. Fast gameplay and quick deaths mean the game speed is so high that it’s easy to get round, whether you win or lose. With customizable weapons and strategies, the game provides a little depth in addition to the blunt bang. In addition, single players can delve into the single player campaign to experience a Hollywood-ready story.